13 of Vidyasankara, Sarada and Candramaulisvara and the maintenance of charity in the feeding houses at Srngeri. The temple of Vidyasankara was built in & S. 1263 Vikrama (A.D. 1340-41). The temples of Srngeri, Beluru, and Halebidu were constructed by the architect^akkanacarya and his son. " Kings who are known by the names of ha, bu, ha, vi, bu, de, ra, vi, de, vi, ma, ra, and vi will rule in the country of Karnata." After the -iule of thirteen kings, as mentioned above, the dynasty of the Rayas continued until time of Krsnaraya, Aliya Sri Rangaraya ruled also for some time. Mac. Mss. 18-13-18—f. 16 (b)—-21. 14. YIDYARANYA KALAJNANA. The determination of the age of the kings of the royal family (has been) given out by Yogi Vidyaranya, the pupil of Vidyasankara. There were two brothers, heroic and celebrated, both pratlharas of the treasury in the service of king Vlra Rudra ; when Vlra Rudra was attacked and captured by the Yavanas (Muhammadans), they came out of the * City of Stone' (Warangal), without any one to help them, and took up service under Ramanatha in guarding his treasury; then the warriors of the Great Blind Lord (Mahandhesvara = Muh,ammad bin Tughlaq ?) came and killed Ramanatha after defeating him in battle, and carried off to their own city the two celebrated brothers, Harihara (the elder) and Bukka (the younger), who were endowed with the marks of heroes. When during their captivity, there was once a thunder-storm at night, (the jail guards deserted their posts) and the Suljfcan was asleep; he (got up)* and came out and found the two prisoners standing (inside) far from the gateway and asked them why they were standing there ; then the wise Suljan decided that they were * The words within brackets are supplied from another text as £hey are necessary to elucidate the obscure original.